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Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swimMini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim
Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim

James Sadler, 439th Airlift Wing, participates in Friday's mini-triathlon in the male 50+ category. He completed the the 200-yard swim, 8-mile bike race and 2-mile run in 59:30. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 8/25/2010

Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swimMini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim
Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim

Anna Cannington, a Technical Training Management System contractor, was the first place female in the 40-49 year category at Keesler’s 6th annual mini-triathlon Friday. She finished the 200-yard swim, 8-mile bike race and 2-mile run in 50 minutes, 48 seconds. The event was co-hosted by outdoor recreation and the health and wellness center and sponsored by Amaizing Comfort, Budweiser, Competition Sports, Keesler Federal Credit Union, Cyclist Choice, Run-N-Tri Company and Turbocore Workout. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swimMini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim
Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim

Jinx Campbell was the overall female winner in Friday’s event. Campbell finished with a time of 45:02. This year’s contest challenged 79 individuals and 11 three-person teams. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swimMini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim
Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim

Mark Roberts, 81st DS, was the overall male winner in Friday’s event. Roberts completed the competition with a time of 37:50. This year’s contest challenged 79 individuals and 11 three-person teams. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swimMini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim
Mini-triathlon tests stamina of competitors with run, bike, swim

David Frank, 81st Dental Squadron, is timed during his 2-mile run by volunteer LaDarrius Drinkard, 81st Aerospace Medicine Squadron. Frank placed first in the Clydesdale Division for men 200 pounds and more with an overall time of 40:23. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Airmen rescue two passengers in car accidentAirmen rescue two passengers in car accident
Airmen rescue two passengers in car accident

The Floyds and Airman Martin discuss the July 17 event in front of Airman Martin’s truck. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Airman’s Attic settled in new locationAirman’s Attic settled in new location
Airman’s Attic settled in new location

Master Sgt. Jan Randolph, an Airman’s Attic volunteer from the 335th Training Squadron, paints shelves in the new facility. Her mother is the Airman’s Attic manager. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Airman’s Attic settled in new locationAirman’s Attic settled in new location
Airman’s Attic settled in new location

Mrs. Turner, manager of Airman’s Attic, folds linens and blankets in the new location Friday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after KatrinaBlue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina
Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina

The 81st Medical Group Hospital’s new radiation oncology center began treating patients in March. The hospital flooded during Katrina, requiring the construction of a new central energy plant at a cost of $21.2 million. The hospital’s new inpatient tower is slated to open in the fall of 2011. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after KatrinaBlue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina
Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina

Artist Marlin Miller transformed a 7½ ton remnant of wood from a tree felled by Katrina into a soaring eagle that symbolizes Keesler’s resilience, resurgence and hope. The carving, part of Mr. Miller’s coastwide Katrina sculpture project, is in front of Keesler’s new shopping complex. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after KatrinaBlue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina
Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina

April 19, the last of 1,028 new homes was turned over to Keesler, as the largest military family housing construction project in Air Force history came to a close. The $287.8 million project took nearly three years and was completed nearly four months ahead of schedule. The three- and four-bedroom homes, which average about 1,800 to 2,000 square feet, are equipped with garages and outdoor living spaces tucked into neighborhoods with playgrounds, basketball courts and walking paths. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after KatrinaBlue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina
Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina

The Air Force Thunderbirds were one of the featured acts at Keesler’s Thunder on the Bay Air Show April 4-5, 2009. More than 142,000 guests visited the base for its first air show since Katrina. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after KatrinaBlue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina
Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina

In January, Airmen began arriving at Keesler for technical training by air. After Katrina, officials projected that it would take the 81st Training Group more than six months to resume training, but classes geared back up Sept. 18, 2005, less than three weeks after the storm. So far in fiscal 2010, which ends Sept. 30, 25,324 officers, enlisted and civilians have come to Keesler for a wide spectrum of training, with 23,878 graduates to date. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after KatrinaBlue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina
Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina

Keesler has sponsored the Mississippi Special Olympics Summer Games annually since 1982, and nine months following Katrina was no exception. This year in May, Keesler continued the tradition by hosting 1,200 athletes and coaches from around the state in a variety of competitive events. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after KatrinaBlue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina
Blue skies for Keesler 5 years after Katrina

Brig. Gen. Ian Dickinson, former 81st Training Wing commander, speaks at the grand opening of Keesler’s new $60 million shopping center April 6. The complex includes the main exchange, commissary, food court and pharmacy. Damages to Keesler totaled more than $900 million when Hurricane Katrina came ashore Aug. 29, 2010. Other new structures on base include a new student dormitory, the Roberts Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Facility, fire/crash rescue center, trainer development building, munitions inspection facility, refueler maintenance building and postal center. The Bay Breeze Event Center opens next month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Looking back, headed forwardLooking back, headed forward
Looking back, headed forward

Tim Dutton, 81st Communications Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Looking back, headed forward

Willa Talton, 81st Training Group. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Looking back, headed forwardLooking back, headed forward
Looking back, headed forward

Staff Sgt. Christopher Freimann, 332nd Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Looking back, headed forward

Adrien Augustine, 81st Mission Support Group. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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Tops in Blue is in Biloxi Nov. 4Tops in Blue is in Biloxi Nov. 4
Tops in Blue is in Biloxi Nov. 4

Senior Airman Hansil Jules performs during the Tops In Blue concert July 28 at the Bob Hope Performing Arts Center, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Airman Jules, 81st Dental Squadron, is part of the all-active duty special unit made up of talented amateurs that performs across the U.S. and around the world as Air Force musical ambassadors. Tops in Blue performs a free show at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi Nov. 4 (U.S. Air Force photo by Robbin Cresswell)
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Academic aceAcademic ace
Academic ace

Airman Basic Joshua Heath graduated from the electronic principles course in the 332nd Training Squadron with a perfect score. Airman Heath is from Kimball, Minn., and continues his training at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, in the 16-week avionics systems apprentice course (Courtesy photo)
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New leader for 333rd Training SquadronNew leader for 333rd Training Squadron
New leader for 333rd Training Squadron

First Lt. Walker Hofmann, a undergraduate cyber training course instructor in the 333rd Training Squadron, shows a training mockup to his new commander, Lt. Col. Douglas Short, and one of his students, 2nd Lt. Hannah Marcelo, Aug. 19. Colonel Short, who took command July 30, previously served with U.S. Joint Forces Command, Naval Station Norfolk, Va., where he was executive officer for the command, control, communications and computer directorate. Lt. Col. Scott Solomon, who had led the 333rd TRS for two years, is now the deputy commander of the 81st Training Group. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Week-long exercise tests hurricane planWeek-long exercise tests hurricane plan
Week-long exercise tests hurricane plan

From left, Airman Christopher Roman, Airman Basic Keegan McCaskie, Airman 1st Class Noel Shaughnnessy, Staff Sgt. Brandon Eberhardt and Airman Basic Cory Mitchell shelter in Jones Hall. Sergeant Eberhardt is a military training leader and the others are students in the 338th TRS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Week-long exercise tests hurricane planWeek-long exercise tests hurricane plan
Week-long exercise tests hurricane plan

From left, Capt. Donna Burrowes and Airman Guillermo Hernandez, 81st Medical Operations Squadron, are checked into the Jones Hall shelter by Staff Sgt. Christopher Guertin, 338th Training Squadron shelter management team member. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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